Implementing CloudStack's VPC feature

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This document describes how the VPC feature of cloudstack 4.0 differs from the 3.0.x networking features, and how to create a VPC.

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Implementing CloudStack's VPC feature

  1. 1. Implementing CloudStacks VPC featureMarcus SorensenBetterServers, Inc
  2. 2. CloudStack 3.x network VMs on a network
  3. 3. CloudStack 3.x network VMs on multiple networks
  4. 4. CloudStack 3.x networkVMs w/NAT router on networks
  5. 5. CloudStack 3.x networkNo inter-vlan communication for customers private networks
  6. 6. Whats a VPC?● Has multiple meanings● In CloudStack, a VPC is: – A virtual router – One or more isolated networks – One or more virtual machine instances – Associated services ● ACLs ● Source NAT ● Static NAT ● Port Forwarding ● Load balancing ● VPN
  7. 7. CloudStack 4.x VPCVPC router provides inter-vlan access
  8. 8. VPC Router● Debian-based system VM● CloudStack controlled/configured● HAProxy load balancer● iptables rules for ACLs, NAT, port forwarding● 1 NIC one each isolated network, one on public● Gives customers a full datacenter experience
  9. 9. Creating a VPCFind the VPC section
  10. 10. Creating a VPCClick Add VPC and define
  11. 11. Creating a VPCOnce VPC is created, click configure VPC
  12. 12. Creating a VPCCreate one or more tiers
  13. 13. Creating a VPC Add VMs
  14. 14. Creating a VPCCreate ACLs, get more IPs, etc
  15. 15. Current Limitations● Advanced Zones only● Load Balanced service offering only available on one of your isolated networks● Only one NIC/isolated network per VM instance● Need to acquire separate IPs for Static NAT, Port forwarding, etc● Only Site to Site VPN, no remote access VPN● No redundant router mode
  16. 16. Advanced: Roll your own VPC● Create an instance● Attach to multiple isolated networks and a public network● Configure instance as router● Create template of instance to deploy subsequent routers
  17. 17. Questions?https://cwiki.apache.org/CLOUDSTACK/inter-vlan-routing.html
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